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Girls golf: Inland Empire players to watch

By in Press Enterprise on September 22, 2017

By Landon Negri

Steffi Ahn, Sr., Great Oak: One of the top returners on a Wolfpack team that always contends for a league crown.

Aly Bean, Sr., Vista Murrieta: One of the Southwestern League’s top returners is committed to the University of Denver.

Anabella Gurrola, Jr., Riverside Poly: The returning Inland Valley League MVP.

Rebecca Hawes, Sr., King: Wolves leader just missed CIF last year, even with 15-stroke improvement from first to second day.

Madison Hill, Jr., Centennial: One of the top golfers on a Huskies team that’s showing improvement.

Angelica Kusnowo, So., Diamond Bar: Defending CIF-Southern Section Southern Individual champion.

Jordyn Parr, So., Temecula Valley: Qualified for the CIF-SS postseason last year as freshman.

Jade Siphomsay, Sr., Los Osos: University of San Francisco commit made it to regional; competes individually as freelancer in fall, with boys team in spring

Morgan Sjoerdsma, Jr., King: CIF-SS postseason qualifier who was the team’s low score at recent Palm Desert tournament.

Brooklyn Van Bebber, Sr., Murrieta Valley: Defending Southwestern League individual champion.

Kailie Vongsaga, Jr., Diamond Bar: Lowest area returning score from CIF-WSCGA tourney was also Palomares League MVP.

Sharon Tran, Sr., Ramona: Returning River Valley League MVP and two-time all-league honoree

Crystal Wang, Sr., Diamond Bar: Returning Inland Valley Girls Golfer of the Year placed third at the state tournament.

Emily Wang, Jr., Santiago: Top returner for a Sharks team that is in a little bit of a rebuilding mode.

Venecia Zaia, So., Murrieta Valley: Has show the ability to shoot just as low as teammate Brooklyn Van Bebber


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